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Delete (2004) - #3
"Work it Out!"
Digital Noixe


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  Writer(s):
Robert Walker

Penciller(s):
Robert Walker

Colorist(s):
Geoff Porter - 'Milkgap'

Letterer(s):
Junemoon Studios
Janice Chiang
 

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Cover Date: February 2006
Cover Price: US $ 2.99

Issue Tagline: I Put @ Spell on You!

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages

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Synopsis:
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Includes

* "Creator's Block": one-page text piece by Robert J Walker.

* "Plus Pages": two pages text-piece about HIV/AIDS prevention worldwide and is written by Erik Mortensen (AIDS Certified Registered Nurse).

* "Just Ask Jamye...": a one-page text-piece about disasters (example: tsunamis). Page says Jayme “will return next issue to her relationship column “JUST ASK JAYME.”” (note: this issue's page was ".. JAMye", the column is ".. JAYme")

* "How Do You Create a Hero?": a one-page text-piece by Stephen Weber. The page is mostly about To Be continued, an arts and education organization helping youth worldwide develop leadership abilities.

* “What “Superheroine” Means to You?”: One page text piece. Half-page by Kym Allison Backer. Half-page by Ktasha L. Womack.

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Jenifer Marrus

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Synopsis:
Artist profile of Jennifer Marrus with seven paintings by her. (I assume the paintings were pencilled but not inked)

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Notes:
One page with info about two characters in Delete, with black&white art. First character is Snake Eyes (alias Aaron Cobbett). Second character is Digit (alias Leroy Wall).

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